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's world. >> ros let'start with number one. emerging markets or formerly emerging markets. >> you know the fun my thing, if you think about 2013, it is kind of the first post financial crisis year, we have had four years where all of the risks that people have been concerned about, involved advanced industrial democracy, will we have a double dip recession, are we going to have the debt armageddon crisis or physical cliff, is euro going to explode, so many covers of the euro bursting into flames. >> is japan going to get washington, d.c. into the sea or will this incredible debt burden just crush them? and the fact is that for the last four years, all of those risks, every single one has been overstated, overstated by people in the marketplace. emerging markets are actually much more unstable than that and yet. >> they are thought unstable. >> they are responsible to for two-third of the world's growth, about three quarte by e e of the decade, and yet these are countries that are much more volume tile, volatile and much more opaque. >> rose: let's talk about who they include, china, i
or in theilm ro dar 3 i helped lead to the killing of osama bin laden. we talked to john miller, mark bowden and peter bergen. >> there are two key questions here and one cancels out the other. let's be cold and clinical because there are nuances and compilations and opinions. talk with the practical question, a does it work. b, does it work better or faster or more accurately than conventional interrogation techniques. if the answer to question one is no it doesn't work any better or faster or no it's not effecti or doe it elicit t truth, it just elicits answers just to make the pain stop then you don't have to move on to the complicated moral arguments. you say fit doesn't work we can skip the moral argument. beyond that i think if you do move on to the moral argument, we can't set the bar as we have has a nation for generations to be the street cop on the world stage that enforces the standard for human rights that says to other governments you shall not torture, you shall not hld proners communicado. where does o moral high ground go when we engage in those same practices we ask others
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of the house foreign affairs committee, ileana ros-lehtinen joins us to talk about what to expect from the talks. thanks for joining us. good to see you. >> thanks for the invitation. >> what do you expect to come from the talks? >> i hope not only talk about how many forces will stay in country but some of the ongoing systemic problems in afghanistan. primarily number one corruption. that has been an ongoing problem with the karzai government from day one and also the iranian influence. karzai could be seen now as a conduit in afghanistan as a financial center for are iran to use afghanistan in order to circumvent financial international sanctions and karzai's attemp attempt to cozo the taliban and his attempt at reconciliation could liberate extremist militants that could pose a dangerous threat to u.s. forces there and our nato allies. so there are many unanswered questions that i hope go far beyond how many troops are there. right now we have about 65,000. will we go to 10, 20? how long will be stay there? what will be the mission and mostly what we need to make sure is that what a
.bualbu "blue rondo" and all of those. e:>> ros when people say "brubeck has never been better than take 5" what do you say? >> well, i can say that there's maybe 20 or 30 or 40 other things i like to do well. >> rose: that you like to do well. >> yes. >> rose: matlock on abc. how much did you shape that character? >> my father has a lot to do with this character and a friend of mine, lee greenway, who was a makeup man on the old "griffith" show, has a lot to do with it. and i bring many memories to work with me everyday. and so i have -- i have formed the character in great part. the mysteries to me are not all that important. i hope that doesn't hurt anybody's feelig the human stories, the humanity, the comedy,Ñi that's where i get my fun and my enjoyment. >> rose: how do you explain the success of the griffith show even today? >> a lot of things. one was the writing. we had the best writers in town. aaron rubin and i both wrote, and don knotts wrote a lot of the stuff that we did. and i think one of the -- it was a group effortq situation comedy such as so many of them are today where you de
the k ro, would dough do it also? if they were honest, they would be first. melissa: those are the y customers. >> exactly. melissa: i was listening to all the reports about this today,toa and they said there's a good chance that as eyeballs would wu explode in the hd, th hisat h face, the mask was freezing, and so, you know, they wre pretty su sure that he was going to go g intohe death spiral, all this good pr? these things happening,th staming live, watching thistr happenea to someone is good pr e red bull? >> think about every kid on a skateboard out there. his eyes were going to explode -- melissa: from the pressure. >> dude, dude, did you see that red bull guy? his eyes blew up. 8 million would have been nothing. it was a win-win, a brilliant masterful stroke. could be the best stunt of allf time for the time being. melissa: these people who want to watch eyeball explode, and, t youo know, no phased by the guy potentially dying, they are smart enough to have a job and collect money to buy a product? >> of course they are. red bull sells $4.2 billion in r product a year. that do
economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. ro price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >> all right. just when you thought reality television could not get any worse. the oxygen network stooped to a new low reality show set to air this spring called all my baby's mamas, the life of atlanta hip-hop artist, who fathered 11 children with ten different women. controversial premise sparked widespread outrage with one online petition with signatures demanding they can the show. the oxygen channel tried to distance themselves pulling clips of the trailer from the internet. we decided to take our cameras to the streets of atlanta where the show is based to get the latest installment of degrading reality television. >> it may be entertaining, he got like ten baby mamas. >> you say ten baby mamas, that's crazy. >> ten baby mamas? >> that's right up there with that overweight little girl show. >> and i'd look at
, parole officers, d.e.a. agents, fbi, secret service, ro rockland county have a large number of law enforcement in rockland county and home owners, store owners. >> greta: have you spoken to anyone at the newspaper? >> they did call me to ask me to explain to them exactly what was transpiring with our corrections officers, as they indicated you can't just pick out somebody's name and find them. that's not the way it's working, they are he going to the phone and calling home, gang members, friends, identifying the names and going through the maps on their own and searching out where the officers might live. and top of that, we have almost 8,000 active and retired new york city police officers that live in rockland county, all-- >> did you get-- i'm sorry, go ahead, sir. >> all of these people have done law abiding things and all of them have enforced the laws of the state of new york and upheld the constitution and now they or their families are at risk. >> do you have a sense they called they genuinely want to find out what's wrong or they're looking for another story and trying to
the show. it's interesting that it itself pat ro moin wasn't born out of 9/11 which a lot of people think, but it was midwifed by it and viewed through it. relevant to tonight's conversation is some of the issue that is became relevant to the show like how do we prosecute the warren terror. jack resonated with the audience because whatever failure of intelligence allowed 9/11 to happen, jack was that character, filled in the gap and equally problematic not only were the terrorists but were the bureaucracies that allowed it to happen. as that story became more complicated, jack became a darker character and through the lens of guantanamo the story he became less heroic character and more complicated certainly. >> and "homeland"? >> that was based on an veil series. and the show came to me from an israeli company. that one was a far more specific translation from the original. that was about two prisoners of war who are traded after 17 years of captivity to israel where it was kind of a rip van winkle drama. it dealt with substantially the idea of what is the price of a returning soldier wh
: in the end isn't that what will happen. >>sraeli -- >> ros dnis, gohea >> look, we do have two different realities right now, and you may have two parallel universes that ironically you may be able to deal with at the same time. on the one hand, what i would say is very important is for the united states to be involved in terms of trying to put together a resumptionion of negotiations. but as i said, i would build the effort around focusing on how you restore belief. i'd still have a political basis for the no,s that were drawn from the president's speeches, but i would build an agenda around how do youestore belief so you actually can changehe dynamic. i do think, by the way, with yair lapid, who focuses on this issue of two states and specifically is not losing the jewish majority in israel, he will actually have an interest in that and that may be part of his negotiating approach to forming a government. parallel to this you have this simple reality of the israeli dialogue with the egyptians, where the egyptians talk to hamas. egypt today, president morse has no interest in seeing the
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beat their 10-year lipper average. t. ro pce. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to readnd consider carefully before investing. melissa: time for spay change. this is my favorite part of the show. money version of the lightning round of watercooler topics. how about that? this is fun from with our very own sandra smith and david asman. thanks to both of you. watch this. you will never believe this video. they are thieves on motorcycles, inside a london mall. six men, drove into the mall with actions and bats! you can see one of them waving an axe around. this isn't a movie. this is real. they robbed a jewelry store. they made off with hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of watches, that is like one eric bolling watch. like cart at this eyes. >> that is true. melissa: police found the motorcycles at a nearby golf course within an hour but they're still looking for suspects. can you believe this. >> this is the weirdest part. they drove to a golf course melissa: yeah.otorcycles. >> good thing nobody
't come up with a plan. will they get a deal done in time? joining us is congress woman ileana ros-lehtinen. >> what is your sense among colleagues about how close you are or aren't going to be to avoiding sequestration? >> i let's see if we've gotten happening. sequestration it means draconian cuts even though the military is not a big chunk of the budget they will take an indiscriminately large cut. for the military here we are fighting in afghanistan and spread out all over the world. for us to have what essentially will be the smallest military before world war ii to that level even though the threats against us are even greater. a devastating cut to the military. we exempted 150 programs. thank goodness, social security, medicare and medicaid but not to the providers of those services. would we will be hearing from the hospitals et cetera soon. i don't see any movement, shannon, in congress to undo this. i don't see it. march 1 is right upon us. >> shannon: it is very, very close. the president during one of the presidential debates, though, kind of i don't want to say dismiss
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with an authorization i think would be a great step forward. >> thank you. thank you, madam secretary,. >> ms. ros-lehtinen from new york. >> -- from florida. they retire. >> maddest secretary, -- >> there are a lot of new yorkers down the already i think. >> but you can only vote once. thank you for the positive working relationship that we have had during her tenure at the state department. i request that they get written responses for the questions that i'm going to ask. first, why were you not interviewed for the review board by the review board investigators? how can this review be considered a thorough from the person at the top, the secretary of state was not part of the investigation. that's what was said in our open hearing when it was confirmed that you were never questioned for this report, and i think that's outrageous. also the state department was clearly allowing from -- department officials were being held accountable for what went wrong in benghazi, for ignoring the threat, and was received as fact. look at these headlines. "the new york times," for our out at state department aft
house. thank you, wendell. jon: earlier congresswoman ileana ros-lehtinen of florida shared some of her lingering concerns about the terrorist attack in benghazi. she will get a chance to question secretary clinton later today when she appears before the house foreign affairs committee. for now the florida congresswoman says she was not satisfied with the secretary clinton's testimony before the senate. >> the american people deserve answers and we still are no closer to the truth. what happened in that pro-longed terrorist attack? we're talking about over seven hours of a firefight where if she knew exactly what was going on, where was the order to go help them? even send a flight overhe had so that the terrorists could see there is a u.s. response? there was no response. who decided to not respond at all? jon: fair and balanced talk to maryland senator ben cardin, a democrat on the foreign relations committee. he had a chance to question secretary clinton this morning. senator cardin, you're overall assessment of her testimony? have your questions is been answered? >> i think secretar
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around the customer. keeping them so that they can focus on the job at hand. eys on the ro -- eyes on the road, hands on the wheel. >> what do you have to do to keep people safe? >> we are trying to do at a vehicle level, we are translating those and to what kind of structure we need to have for a small car. now you see 10 air bags in the chevy sonic. we can focus on our customer. >> we are out of time, but this is gay kent. thank you very much. >> thank you. host: live coverage from the washington convention center, where the 2013 auto show is being held. we want to turn our attention to defense secretary nomination -- confirmation hearings of chuck hagel, former senator chuck hagel. we will put the lines up on the screen. we would like to get your viewpoint on chuck hagel as defense secretary, several issues surrounding his nomination. you can see the numbers on the screen divided by political affiliation. you can always tweet us. @cspanwj is our twitter address. or send an e-mail to journal@c- span.org. "hagel wages charm offensive." "chuck hagel has gone on a charm offensive in
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